Win A FREE Copy Of “Kettlebell Burn 2.0”!

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Thanks for your interest – please check your email for upcoming alerts to get your copy of “Kettlebell Burn 2.0.”

– Geoff

Ok, here’s the low down.

I’m giving away 10 copies of the entire Kettlebell Burn 2.0 Ultimate Kettlebell Fat Loss Workout Program.

Here’s how you get yours, simply leave your answer to the following question in the “comments” section below.

In the last week, I’ve given away some killer content to help you out – “The Top 5 Mistakes…” Report, “The “#1 Reason…” article, and the “5 Strategies…” article.

In 250 words or less, based on what you’ve learned, please tell me why Kettlebell Burn 2.0 is the PERFECT program right now at this point in your life. Tell me WHY you NEED access to THIS information.

Also, please leave your financial situation out of this. Like I mentioned earlier, it will be affordable for everybody.

So again, please tell me why this system is exactly what you need.

I’ll keep the competition open until 12pm EST on Saturday, and let the winners know by email sometime on Monday.

Good luck!

Geoff

306 comments… add one
  • Michele Oct 23, 2010 @ 12:11

    In a word: BellyFat (rather two words).

    I train regularly and consistently using kettlebells to add variety into workouts for intervals and strength. Last Feb I did a 10,000 swing in 30 days challenge. I completed the 10,000 in 28 days and had great results – a loss of a full percentage point in body fat! Let’s face it, nearly 500 swings a day, while time efficient, is BORING.

    I need something new and exciting. I think this might be it!

  • Alan Gaa Oct 23, 2010 @ 12:18

    I am a recovering alcoholic and the main reason for me being sober for the last four years has been Pavel and kettlebells. Without going too much into details it has been extremely difficult staying sober due to the recent passing of my wife and the fact I am now a single parent of four kids living in a small apartment, the urge to drink has been strong. KB practice has rekindled my focus to be healthy however training in my living room does hamper me a bit, to the point where I am into a deep plateau. I know I should love the plateau but I believe I need a new sort of motivation and KB Burn sounds like the way to go. I need guidance and enthusiasm and from what I’ve read from your previous writings you are the one to do it. I’ve done ETK and VO2 now I believe I need the BURN! Thanks for your time.

  • Roger Vinge Oct 23, 2010 @ 12:33

    Hey Geoff,

    I am 60, recently retired from the Chicago Police Dept. after 32yrs of service. Former Karate Instructor, H.S. Golf Coach and managed a youth traveling Baseball team. Have been involved in physical fitness most of my life and the Lord willing can continue to do so.
    KB’s has been a great addition to my tool box, along with BB’s, TRX, Sandbags, Body Weight and MMA training.
    I used training protocols from Pavel, Rippetoe, Wendler, Remedios, and You. Within the next year (2011) I plan to attend the RKC, Starting Strength Training Camp and in 2012, FMS and TRX training.
    I have been training with Kettlebell Muscle program and found out how difficult and rewarding this program is (because of it I quit smoking). I am and avid reader of your articles witch are clear, concise and show your enthusiasm for your field. I know that the Kettlebell Burn 2.0 will be a great addition to my library and my tool box.
    Keep up the great work!!!

  • Judy McDaniel Oct 23, 2010 @ 12:40

    Hello, Geoff! I am a 58 year old mom/grandmother business owner, who has been a physical therapist for 34 years. Through several traumas, I had really gotten out of shape. When I got past the depression and began to climb out, my physical progress was slow to none. My patients got better but I did not. Two and a half years ago, my son in the Navy called me to ask what I knew about kettlebells. I said, “Nothing.” He directed me to the dragon door website and asked me to call when I had checked it out. I called him back to say, “If a quarter of what they say is true, that is an amazing exercise system.” He told me that he had doubled his strength and endurance in less than 4 weeks. So, I ordered books, videos and kettlebells. I began training slowly due to old injuries, obesity and fibromyalgia. I lost a ton of weight and inches. I went from size 14/16 to size 4. My strength has shot up. My old injuries no longer plague me. (fixed my right hip problem of 42 years in the first workout. dozens of PTs & chiros had tried and failed.) As a Physical Therapist, I work with a mainly geriatric population. I have incorporated kettlebells into programs for most of them. It has been amazing. (A couple of the men have bought their own KBs to continue what they have learned after discharge) Through business and lack of focus, I have gained a few pounds. I am 6 weeks through the KB burn program. I feel the muscles grow & my shape change each workout. But the fat seems to stay. I need a focused food program to return me to my best self. I have not been disappointed with your direction, so far. I expect to be “wowed” with 2.0 as well. Thanks for what you do!

  • Thomas Novak Oct 23, 2010 @ 12:45

    I am 47 years young, have two growing sons, but I sit all day long while working. I have been privileged to coach youth sports the past 12 years in baseball, football, and basketball and plan on continuing with this pursuit a few more years. Over these years, I have put on some weight in my midsection that has slowed me down a bit. I purchased some kettlebells a few years ago, but I only swing or press them once a week and sometimes less frequently. My strength is still pretty good, but I feel I need to plan my workouts better, and be more consistent with them in order to get stronger and obtain more energy. Your program would seem to be a perfect catylyst to help provide me with more energy, burn the unwanted fat from my body, and decrease my stress levels. I want to be a better role model for my sons and for all the kids that I coach. With your program, I know I can get back to that warrior mindset. Keep the faith!

  • Matt Oct 23, 2010 @ 12:54

    I’m a martial artist, and strength training is one of the many forms of training that martial artist have to endure. I’ve tried several different ways of training my strength. Body weight and Kettlebell are the only two that have given me the results I require to meet my goals. I’m giving it my all everyday, and every bit of useful, good quality information out there on these two subjects is required. Not only would it benifit me, but my whole family as well. I would be completely thrilled to have access to this information, and believe the dragon door team is crucial for my growth.

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